undergraduate thesis
Development and progress of tourism in Croatia from the end of World War II to the 1990

Matija Škara (2016)
Sveučilište u Zadru
Odjel za turizam i komunikacijske znanosti
Metadata
TitleRazvoj i tijek turizma Hrvatske od kraja 2. svjetskog rata do 1990. godine
AuthorMatija Škara
Mentor(s)Igor Kulenović (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Turizam u socijalizmu započinje državnim poticajima i socijalističkom ideologijom. Stimulacijom turizma odmor postaje obaveza svakog vrijednog radnika, no na svom putu potpune asimilacije u radničke živote nailazi na prepreke. Građani SH proživljavali su transformacije brže i više nego i jedna druga država zahvaljujući industralizaciji koja je iz dana u dan postajala sve snažnija. Dokolica je tek postepeno ulazila u svakodnevnicu, no poticale su je i višak slobodnog vremena i sredstava. Radnička i omladinska odmarališta generiraju veći postotak domaćih gostiju, te situacija na turističkom tržištu ostaje takva sve dok se ne počnu shvaćati blagodati turizma za državu. Procvat turizma pojavljuje se okretanjem inozemnim gostima, te se situacija a SH mijenja. U to doba bilježi se nekontroliran rast smještajnih kapaciteta, povećanje ponude, povećanje broja dolazaka posjetitelja, razvitak manjim lokaliteta, plasiranje SH na svjetsko turističko tržište, priljev deviza, smanjenje broja nezaposlenosti, no nažalost i do pomanjkanja kvalitete usluge, neplanske gradnje, uništavanje prostora, litoralizacije, segregacije domaćih gostiju i mnogih drugih problema. Turizam u Jugoslaviji kroz svoje zlatno doba rastao je užurbano, te je od socijalističke ideologije postao masovni, komercijalni fenomen čiji je razvoj i danas tema mnogih stručnih radova.
Keywordstourism Yugoslavia Socialist Republic of Croatia socialism leisure workers'resorts mass tourism
Parallel title (English)Development and progress of tourism in Croatia from the end of World War II to the 1990
GranterSveučilište u Zadru
Lower level organizational unitsOdjel za turizam i komunikacijske znanosti
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
History
Croatian and World Modern and Contemporary History
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeCulture and Tourism
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. turism. cult.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Thanks to governmental encouragement and socialist political ideology tourism in socialism started developing. With tourism stimulation, leisure and vacation became a part of workers lives, but its asimilation did face obstacles. Due to the growing industralization citizens of Socialist Republic of Croatia went trough the transformation faster but in longer period than any other country. Leisure became a part of everyday life suported by extra money and free time. Workers'resorts and children summer camps generated great amount of domestic guests until the situation at touristic market changed and goverment began to realize the benefits of tourism for the state. Tourism boom started with turning to foreign guests and the situation in Socialist Republic of Croatia changed. At that time, there was an uncontrolled growth of accommodation capacity, supply growth, increase in number of arrivals, development of smaller localities, placing Socialist Republic of Croatia on the world tourist market. The increase of currency, reducing unemployment, but unfortunately also the recution in quality of services, unplanned construction, destruction of space, littoralization, segregation of domestic guests and many other problems arrose. Tourism in Yugoslavia grew hastily during its golden age , and from a socialistic ideology it became mass tourism, a commercial development that has been a subject of many research papers.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)turizam Jugoslavija Socijalistička republika Hrvatska socijalizam dokolica radnička odmarališta masovni turizam
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:962862
CommitterGorica Lovrić